Friday, March 5, 2021

Alex Shapiro

SG introduces bill to protect unpaid interns

Meeting at the New Jersey State House in Trenton, Student Government discussed five resolutions at its general body session on April 30. Jaclyn Corbo, a junior history major and the primary sponsor of Resolution S2019-06,

Sodexo looks to improve sustainability

Student Government held a presentation made by the College’s dining employees, introduced four resolutions and debated on two student organizations at its meeting on April 24.

Keep promotes ambition amongst students

Student Government held a presentation by Interim Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs William Keep and debated on a resolution at its meeting on April 17.

SG votes on requirement for adjunct faculty office hours

Student Government voted on one organization and debated on two resolutions during its meeting on April 10.

Extension resolution bill passes in senate

Student Government voted on a bill and announced details regarding the upcoming Diversity & Inclusion Week at last week’s general body meeting on April 3.

Students present College brand campaign to SG

Student Government held a branding presentation and announced several upcoming events at its meeting on March 27. SG began the meeting with the presentation by senior business management major Kelly Kozar

Foster presents budget framework to SG

Student Government welcomed College President Kathryn Foster and approved a new club at its meeting on March 13.

SG meeting addresses mental health awareness

Student Government discussed multiple initiatives that the College is taking toward creating a community more supportive of mental health awareness at its meeting on March 6.

SG approves organizations, announces upcoming events

Student Government discussed policies and voted on two student organizations and an impeachment bill at its meeting on Feb. 27. SG began the meeting by welcoming Jennifer Palmgren, the assistant provost for academic affairs. Palmgren attended the meeting to discuss the College’s shared governance system.

SG resolution supports sexual assault survivors

Student Government approved a new club, introduced a new bill and debated on a resolution during its meeting on Feb. 13. SG began its weekly general body meeting by welcoming Sean Stallings, the interim vice president of student affairs. Stallings urged students to email him questions or concerns that they may have regarding the processes surrounding student affairs.

SG holds first meeting of semester

Student Government welcomed Interim Vice President for the Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Ivonne Cruz at the beginning of its meeting on Feb. 6.

SG approves Men’s Basketball

Student Government began its meeting on Nov. 28 by hosting men’s basketball, who persuaded the General Body on why its should be considered an official club at the College.

Muha reveals new admissions pamphlet to SG

Student Government met with College Spokesman David Muha and recognized one student organization during its general body meeting on Nov. 14.

SG hears changes to policy on group study rooms

Student Government met with the Library Building and Safety Committee during its general body meeting on Nov. 7. The committee proposed new changes in regards to its library study rooms.

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